When we arrived at Hester Street Market, we first went around to see what food vendors were are participating this year. The first one at the entrance was the cookie ice cream sandwich booth. That'll be good on the way out. So, we checked out the different vendors and decided to eat our first course for lunch at Mighty Balls.
This booth makes pork, beef, or vegetable balls and put them in mini buns for sliders. You can choose which sauce and cheese to put in your meatball slider.
|La Sonrisa Menu Board|
So, I had to try this.
|Their macarons are distributed to Saks Fifth Avenue's food area.|
HERE IS THEIR MENU
BUT WHAT CAUGHT OUR EYE IS THEIR NEW FLAVOR
|This is the Banana-Nana Split from|
|This booth was not edible but it fit right in. They made soaps in the shape of cupcakes, pies, and mini bundt cakes.|
|The green lime "cactus" shaped marshmallows were delicious. And on the left is the jar containing the vanlla bourbon Mexican shaped hat marshmallos|
|Kitty Lee Thomas takes orders and can cater but does not have an official storefront.|